Clubs & Organizations
Campus Ministry Team
The Campus Ministry Team coordinates retreats for students in all grades. Members are selected through an application process, and commissioned at the beginning of the school year. Alejandro Barquero, Kyle Melancon, Angie Vanderbrook, Sponsors.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society with 105,000 student members in June 2014 in more than 2100 schools. The organization is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. Donna Wilson, Sponsor
National Beta Club
The National Beta Club’s mission is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. Sacred Heart’s Beta Club members are inducted each year, and membership is based on high academic achievement. The Junior Beta Club competes at the annual Mississippi Junior Beta Club convention and has won state and national awards in several categories. The Senior Beta Club participates in local service projects and operates a school store. Rick Muli, Sponsor
National Honor Society
Social Justice League
The Social Justice League (SJL) is a club that partners with the Pine Belt Coalition on Homelessness. The club consists of 11th and 12th grade students who are willing to extend a helping hand with a loving heart. They are dedicated to assisting those who are less fortunate through many community service projects.
Members of the Social Justice League are volunteering in four locations around the Hattiesburg area during the 2014-2015 school year. These areas include Haven House, which shelters adults with AIDs and HIV; a children’s shelter, which is a part of Mississippi Children’s Home Services; 227 Apartment Complex, which provides permanent housing for homeless women and children; and Hope House which provides numerous services to the homeless. Julie Katerski and Leslyn Tamberg, Sponsors
Speech & Debate – Junior High
Junior High Speech & Debate consists of students who are enrolled in the junior high speech elective. They compete in junior high tournaments, and must attend two of three tournaments each year. Students who completed the class in 7th grade are eligible to participate as 8th graders. Monica Salda, Sponsor
Speech & Debate – Senior High
Students participating in Senior High Speech & Debate compete in local and regional speech & debate tournaments. While it is not a requirement, students may enroll in the senior high debate elective course. Members must participate in three to four tournaments each semester, and are members of the National Speech & Debate Association. Monica Salda & Paul VanZandt, Sponsors
Student Council members are elected to be school leaders and representatives from the high school student body (grades 7-12). To participate, students must not have a grade lower than a “C”, and must have a clean discipline record. Student Council is responsible for homecoming week, homecoming court and the dance in addition to a Thanksgiving Food Drive and Talent Show during the Spring semester. Other service projects are also organized by the council throughout the year. Monica Salda, Sponsor